Ron MacleanMacLean is a Canadian icon and a multiple award-winning sports broadcaster, best known for his roles on Hockey Night in Canada and Rogers Hometown Hockey in addition to his quick wit and encyclopedic knowledge. He is a ten-time Gemini Award winner and two-time George Gross Award recipient, honouring excellence in sports broadcasting, and was inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2015. Throughout his 20-plus year career with the CBC and Hockey Night In Canada, MacLeans’s role expanded to include hosting CBC’s coverage of the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, World Cup Hockey, the Calgary Stampede, and the Queen’s Plate. In 2011,MacLean published his bestselling book, Cornered, coauthored by Kirstie McLellan Day. The book chronicles his journey from childhood to the host of one of Canada’s most celebrated television programs.